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Scaling the legend on a wind rose plot

Scaling the legend on a wind rose plot

Scaling the legend on a wind rose plot


So I have produced a wind rose showing wave height and direction, but the legend that has automatically been produced has listed 12 colors with text saying 0-0.1, 0.1-0.2, 0.2-0.3 etc. Can this be reduced, I only want 6 color boxes with scaling like this: 0-0.5, 0.5-1, 1-1.5 etc. This is the line of code currently used to produce the plot:

D=xlsread('July 2013.csv','O14:O1091')/100;
I=xlsread('July 2013.csv','L14:L1091');
h = wind_rose(M,D,'dtype','meteo','n',12,'lablegend','Hm0 (metres)','ci', 0:10:60,'quad',[4]);

Any help is much appreciated.


RE: Scaling the legend on a wind rose plot

All sorted! Thanks. I am now looking to remove the white space around text on a figure matlab produces, any ideas?

RE: Scaling the legend on a wind rose plot

i'e the white box around the percentage labels on the concentric rings of a wind rose plot. These need to be transparent as are obscuring some information.

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